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Donnerstag, 14. November 2013

722 Mille Miglia 1955 Diecast Models
Von cheapermoncler, 10:01

722 Mille Miglia 1955 Mercedes 300 SLR #722 Mille Miglia 1955 Brescia, early May 1955, and on the Piazza della Vittoria at the heart of the north-ern Italian city the cars engines are getting warmed up. Only a few minutes re-main until the start of the 22nd Mille Miglia, the legendary road race which takes the drivers from Brescia to Rome and back again. A total of 533 cars have en-tered the race, a punishing 1600-kilometre endurance test for man and machine alike. Since the competitors set off one by one at intervals, the starting procedure took a while to complete: ten and a half hours to be precise. It was not until early morning on May 1 when the new Silver Arrows from Stuttgart-Untert finally left the starting line. Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Karl Kling and Hans Herrmann were the men at the wheel of the four Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR. This will be a record-breaking race,' predicted Mercedes director of motorsport Alfred Neubauer. And 25-year-old Stirling Moss, in his first season with Mercedes-Benz, shouted determinedly 'I'll win!' Both were proved correct. In the first section of the race between Brescia and Verona,, Hans Herrmann set an average speed of 192.23 km/h. However, by the intermediate station in Rome Stirling Moss had taken the lead. The 300 SLR with car number 722 duly reeled off the final kilometres up to the finish line to win the 1000-mile race in a record time of ten hours, seven minutes and 48 seconds. With an average speed of 157.65 km/h, Stirling Moss and co-driver Denis Jenkinson had driven the fastest Mille Miglia of all time. Juan Manuel Fangio came home in second place. 1:18 Scale by CMC Exclusive Models ! Our SLR is hand-mounted from more than 1,500 single parts. It is a precision model that incorporates well-documented historic details and authentic replication. Explore the realistic presentation of this great model, and you will feel somehow like Stirling Moss. By the way,diecast models, Moss drove the whole race with the service panel removed to expedite maintenance work in the case of emergency. He simply could not bear to lose a single second unnecessarily. But if you do not feel capable of filling the shoes of this legendary race driver, then picture yourself as his co-pilot. You don even have to do without Denis Jenkinson roller-map, for we have a miniature version of that equipment added.

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